October 5, 2022

Martha’s Vineyard has group of illegals deported within 36 hours of their arrival

Less than a day after Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) flew two planes full of migrants — 50 in total — to the heavily blue luxury enclave called Martha’s Vineyard, island residents declared a “humanitarian crisis.”

According to Breitbart, the so-called “sanctuary” of Martha’s Vineyard didn’t turn out to be very welcoming, as the snobby, ultra-wealthy residents had the group of migrants deported and off of their lawns by the next morning.

The transportation of the migrants to Martha’s Vineyard came in the wake of Texas Gov. Greg Abbott sending busloads of illegal aliens to the Naval Observatory — Vice President Kamala Harris’ residence — in the same week, in a promise to expose the crisis at the border to the entire country.

Breitbart noted:

Democrat officials on Martha’s Vineyard immediately declared a “humanitarian crisis” even as the 50 illegal alien arrivals are a drop in the ocean compared to the nearly 6,000 border crossers and illegal aliens that American border towns are subjected to every day.

One can only imagine the dangerous and long journey taken by the migrants, only to be flown via a chartered flight to Martha’s Vineyard, one of the nicest places in the country, and then booted out before their hair was dry from the shower they took at one of the churches on the island.

Adding insult to injury, the group of 50 migrants were so unwelcomed by the elitists of Martha’s Vineyard that they were shipped out to Joint Base Cape Cod (JBCC) in order to be processed and taken care of. Nothing says “welcome to America” by being hauled to a military camp for “processing.”

Even more embarrassing for the state is the fact that Gov. Charlie Baker (R) activated the Massachusetts National Guard to help with transporting and processing the group of migrants.

Some residents had claimed that due to a “housing crisis” on the island full of multi-million dollar estates, they could not take care of the illegal aliens properly.

As Breitbart noted, the number of available rooms and homes on the island could have sheltered roughly 6 million migrants.

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